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Jackson Pollock

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Action painting – Dripping – gestural abstraction and Unnabstract Art

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If you look at web color wheel, you will notice that along its rim it has three colored lines, red, green and blue.

Each line begins at specific location and slowly receeds until it completely dissapears. Colors on a colorwheel are composed of various proportions of either red, green, or blue or mixes of them. It is not simple to understand right away but series of examples will make it very simple.  Mixing red, blue and green  works for web. In the real world of painting things are a bit different. What I like about web colors is that  I can create a refernce models which I can try to recreate with paints or pencils, chemical composition of which influences its hues.

 So, let’s examine two reds from Lesson 2 – Color – Hues and their Borders. Lets take a hue at 340 degrees.  Lets examine RGB boxes. You will notice that the value for R is equal to 255, the value for G is zero and the value for B is equal 85. So the hue at 340 degees has 255 units of red, 85 units of blue and zero for green. Feel free to make an observation of rgb values at 19 degrees.

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At ‘H’ = 19 degrees and S = V = 100, the border will have

a. R = 255, G = 255, B = 30

b. R = 255, G = 0, B = 50

c. R = 255, G = 189, B = 0

d R = 255, G = 81, B = 0

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